of templates used to create a consistent
look for the entire site.
infrastructure for the site, including a
new Web Policy, new Privacy
Statement, Web Editor Best Practices,
and a Web Request Flowchart, all
designed to enhance user-friendliness.
the entire college community. It
included gathering feedback via
surveys from students, faculty and
staff. The process also involved
extensive usability testing to ensure
accessibility, ease of finding accurate
information, and consistent
navigation. The new site also allows
pages updated, using the templates
provided. People will learn how to use
a new set of tools to update
information and how to use the
college's new, comprehensive digital
asset management system, which
allows archived college images to be
searched and downloaded.
is that it is a work in progress.
Linnehan noted that the site launch
marks the end of Phase One of a
continuing website design process, and
Phase Two is now underway.
requests, and were able to
accommodate 52 of them. We will
work on the others during Phase Two,"
said Linnehan. "We want to
implement what the college wants.
the site often, and think it would be
especially useful for keeping alumni
connected and informed. We are
looking into creating an app so
everyone, particularly students, can
access info from their smart phones
and mobile devices."
from the college community. Members
are also gathering new analytical data
on how many people are using the site
and how long they use it. Geographic
data is also available on where users are
information that our new site is being
used by more people for longer periods
of time," said Linnehan. "I think this
redesign project has had a positive
impact on the entire college
community. We expect to continue to
make improvements and add new
features to meet the ever-changing
needs of technology, and we value
feedback from everyone."
about MCC's new website, please contact:
of MCC Website Forums to inform students, staff
and faculty about the newly redesigned site.